Your Aging Eyesight

Dr. Daniel Coden, an ophthalmologist with Scripps, discusses presbyopia, an eye aging condition, in Scripps latest “To Your Health” article.

If you’re around age 40 and have noticed that you need to hold small print father and farther away in order to read it clearly, it is not just your imagination —nor are your arms shorter than they used to be. After age 35, everybody starts to develop a type of age-related vision disorder called presbyopia, which means “aging eye” in Greek.


Dr. Daniel Coden, an ophthalmologist with Scripps, discusses this condition in the latest Scripps “To Your Health” article.


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